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  • Citrix Troubleshooting Tools

    Citrix Troubleshooting Tools  highlight some of the tools available to help us troubleshoot our XenDesktop & XenApp 7.x environments, making life a little easier. Some of which we used as well. I won’t go into any troubleshooting methodologies or anything, I’ll leave that up to you. Just make sure that you have a clear definition […]

  • Remote Desktop (mstsc) Services/Registry Settings

    Remote Desktop Shortcuts/Services/Registry Settings Service name: TemService Command Line : mstsc Display name: Remote Desktop Services Description: Allows users to connect interactively to a remote computer. Remote Desktop and Remote Desktop Session Host Server depends on this service.  To prevent remote use of this computer, clear the checkboxes on the The remote tab of the System properties controls […]

  • How to Identify COM Port for USB device

    How to Identify COM Port for USB device  Note: If you did not identify your COM# when setting up your board, navigate to the Device Manager and check for an entry called USB Serial Port (not Intel Edison Virtual Com Port). The COM# is displayed next to the USB Serial Port entry, as highlighted below. IF you are using […]

  • Enable Legacy/CSM Boot Support in UEFI Firmware

    Enable Legacy/CSM Boot Support in UEFI Firmware I noticed that BIOS boot is still UEFI mode and I changed it to Legacy Boot which seemed to work fine. Many computers with UEFI firmware will allow you to enable a legacy BIOS compatibility mode. In this mode, the UEFI firmware functions as a standard BIOS instead […]

  • vCenter 6.5 create scheduled tasks – Automatic Reboot

    vCenter 6.5 create scheduled tasks – Automatic Reboot  In 6.5, go to Monitor->Tasks & Events -> Scheduled Tasks->Schedule a new task In 6.0, it is under the Manage tab. Reset – it’s like pressing reset power Button on a physical system. Hard restart of the system, don’t wait for Guest OS to complete shutdown process. […]

  • Automatically Delete Files/Folders older than certain days

    Automatically Delete Files/Folders older than a certain number of days. You can create a batch file with the following command line. forfiles -p “C:\Test” -s -m *.* /D -5 /C “cmd /c del @path” Basically, it tells Windows to delete all files in the C:\Test folder and sub-folders that are older than 5 days. Next […]

  • Adding Machine Local Admin User Group remotely

    Adding Machine Local Admin User Group remotely  If you are domain Admin or have local admin rights on the target machine : Note: you will need to install PSTools which can be obtained from https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/psexec psexec \\computername cmd.exe net localgroup administrators domain\username /add exit If you’re not an Admin of the Targent PC , run the following […]

  • Windows Server Event Logs

    Windows Server Event Logs  who restarted windows server log in to the server. The below steps work on Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2 and Server 2012 R2. Launch the Event Viewer (type eventvwr in run). In the event viewer console expand Windows Logs. Click on System and in the right pane click Filter Current Log. In the Filter Current log […]

  • NetScalar VPX 1000 Network Analyze commands

    NetScalar VPX 1000 Network Analyze commands   Here are few set of commands for NetScalar NetFlow traffic analyze and how to export a file to CIs.Citrix.com to get detailed information about your Nescaler Configuration.   Putty into your NetScalr Type the following : Login with credentials over SSH connection type: Show TechSupport ! This will export file it […]

  • Save, Backup and Restore NetScaler 11 configuration

    Save, Backup and Restore NetScaler 11 configuration Save NetScaler configuration Command line By default, the NetScaler keeps a copy of the last 5 configuration changes made to the system in /flash/nsconfig when using the following command: 1 save ns config ns.conf (the last saved configuration) ns.conf.0 ns.conf.1 ns.conf.2 ns.conf.3 ns.conf.4 GUI Click on the save […]

  • Citrix Xen-Desktop/App Introduction

    Citrix XenDesktop Introduction Xen Desktop is similar to VMware Horizon VDI. Xen app relies on IMA and Xen Desktop relies on FMA but with the latest product, we only use FMA for both Xen Desktop/APP. Certification: CCA has 2 exams 140-200 : if you Manage, Maintain, Monitor and troubleshoot Citrix Xen-Desktop 7 Solutions System-Admins and Citrix Admins […]

  • Citrix Net Scalar

    Citrix Net Scalar Depending on who you talk, NetScalar could be Security appliance or it could be load balancer. It could be Physical (MPX: it can handle million of connection, SDX : Hardware but you host multiple Virtual NetScalers ) or Virtual (VPX : works in Virtual environment Citrix/VMware) Geographical location based or which connection host it […]

  • Cisco ASA Firewall Intro and Configuration

    Cisco ASA Firewall Intro and Configuration Cisco ASA family starts with small Office HOme Office ASA 5505 then go all the way to 5510/20/30/40, the X series 5580/5585 series. Normally you define Security levels to segregate internet/network traffic.  There are few security parameters are passed through two fundamental concepts which truly are the backbone of ASA firewall. […]

  • Cisco Base Configuration Best Practices

    Cisco Base Configuration Best Practices  Everyone has different views on hardening IOS, and while I do not claim to be an expert, these are the practices that I commonly use when bringing up a new device. If you see something I missed, please leave a comment and I’ll update the blog. I’ve also included general […]

  • BTU Calculation

    BTU Calculation The British Thermal Unit, or BTU, is an energy unit. It is approximately the energy needed to heat one pound of water for 1 Fahrenheit. 1 BTU = 1,055 joules. 1BTU/hour = 0.293 watt. Formula for calculation: Watts = Volts x Amps Power consumption All power supplies, whether in desktops or servers, are […]

  • Wi-fi Engineer/Wi-Fi network Engineer Requirments

    Wi-fi Engineer/Wi-Fi network Engineer Requirments Note: Focus should be Wifi experience as outlined earlier, not solely networking experience. Job Description: ·7+ years network engineering experience. Minimum Qualifications 5+ years of experience with LAN and WAN solutions for large enterprises 5+ years of experience with IP routing protocols Example :(BGP, OSPF) in a large enterprise environment […]

  • CISCO Job Requirments

                          CISCO Job Requirments Strong working familiarity with Cisco IOS with hands-on experience configuring Cisco routers, switches and firewalls. Experience on cisco – LMS, Works, NCM,ISE and Cisco wireless technologies Excellent experience on Nexus switches Very good Knowledge Big-IP F5 GTM/LTM devices Very good Knowledge […]

  • Windows 10/2012/2016 License Activation useful Commands

    View Activation, License, and Expiration Date Information To display very basic license and activation information about the current system, run the following command. This command tells you the edition of Windows, part of the product key so you can identify it, and whether the system is activated. slmgr.vbs /dli To display more detailed license information–including the […]

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